COVID UPDATE: Our team is dedicated to keeping our residents, team members, and potential buyers safe and healthy during this time. We have begun offering in-person tours again and are taking special safety precautions including limiting the number of people on tours to comply with social distancing, cleaning measures, and more. We invite you to come and take a tour to learn more about how we create a better life here in Rancho Sahuarita! Please reach out to our Welcome Center team with questions and for more information about in-person tours of our community. Click HERE to request a tour today!

The official start of Fall is around the corner, and will be here before you know it! The changing season brings lots of exciting events and programs to the community, along with some beautiful colors and easing weather.

  1. Fall into Upcoming Events 

This fall residents will get to take advantage of the return of popular favorites from their summer hiatus, like Coffee Socials, Story Time for Tots and more. Plus, fall is also the time when some of the most loved Community Events take place, like Fishing Festival and the Sahuarita Spooktacular event. These larger, community partnership events are great because they are open to the public; so if you have been thinking about moving to Rancho Sahuarita, it’s a great time to visit and check it all out!

  1. Fall into the Great Outdoors

One of the things we hear residents love most about Rancho Sahuarita is its parks and trails. The community has over 17 miles of paved walking and biking trails, 2 satellite parks and 9 pocket parks. That means there are plenty of opportunities to soak up the changing season and weather outside. Plus, the new season will also make for some spectacular photo ops – so area residents are encouraged to capture the changing colors and stunning sunsets.

  1. Fall in Love with Giving Back

Give back this fall and make a difference. You can either volunteer to help those less fortunate, give blood at an upcoming blood drive, or donate your unwanted clothing items your family has outgrown to charity. You can even research worthy causes happening in the area that you are passionate about. Making a difference in the lives of others can be simple, fun and really rewarding.

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